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.00 <br />WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1968 <br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County, Florida <br />met in regular session at the Courthouse, Vero Beach, Florida on <br />Wednesday, November 20 at 8:30 o'clock A. M. Present were Jack U. <br />Dritenbas, Chairman; Robert W. Graves; Donald Macdonald and Richard P. <br />Bogosian. Absent was D. B. McCullers,Jr., Vice 'Chairman. Also present <br />were Jack G. Jennings, County Administrator; Sherman N. Smith, Jr., <br />County Attorney and Alfred H. Webber and Janet N. Burriss, Deputy <br />Clerks. <br />The Chairman called the meeting to order and asked if there were <br />any corrections or additions to the minutes of November 6, There <br />were none and on -Motion made by Commissioner Graves, seconded by <br />Commissioner Bogosian the minutes of November 6, 1968 were unanimously <br />approved as written. <br />On a Motion made by Commissioner Graves, seconded by Commissioner <br />Macdonald and unanimously carried the request for zoning change by <br />Pebble Bay Inc. from R lA to R 2A was approved and advertisement for <br />Public Hearing authorized. <br />-A Motion was made by Commissioner Macdonald, seconded by Commissioner <br />Bogosian and unanimously carried, the request of Hobart Brothers for <br />a zoning change from R3 to R1 was approved and authorization for <br />advertisement' for Public Hearing was given. <br />On a Motion made by Commissioner Bogosian, seconded by Commissioner <br />Macdonald, it was unanimously carried that Forrest McCullars, County <br />Agricultural Agent, be requested to set up a display for the Brevard <br />County Fair, space provided at no expense, to the County as provided <br />in the letter from H. Waddy Batson. <br />The Administrator reported that he had received a letter from <br />the residents of Greenbriar Subdivision containing a petition regarding <br />correction of a drainage situation in the Subdivision. The County <br />Attorney advised that under present legislation the County has no <br />jurisdiction in drainage problems, that the Citizens themselves have <br />authority to set up Special Improvement Districts to rem d hese 3 <br />NOV5 <br />2 0 1968 <br />